NEW YORK -- It's a melting pot that constantly bubbles with change. Supermarkets doing business in New York's five boroughs are challenged by the scope of diversity here and the sudden changes that can take place in the ethnic makeup of 59 community districts. Historically, the city has experienced a constant flow of migration -- those moving into and out of inner-city communities. New immigrants are a part of that migration and help drive changes within neighborhoods. More recently, there ...

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